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SARANAC LAKE — Peter Seward crouched down, opened the drawers of his catalog cabinet and fingered through hundreds of musical memories. The mixtapes and live recordings had names such as “Wild Girl’s Last Ride,” “Great American Psychedelia” and “Country Killers,” which ...

Future imperfect

2020欧洲杯体育投注官网 LAKE PLACID - The future is now in the sci-fi noir “Wetware.” The Lake Placid Center for the Arts will screen “Wetware,” the latest movie from award-winning independent filmmaker Jay Craven of Vermont. Craven will introduce the film and hold a discussion afterward. The screening is ...

Please tell us: How has music impacted you?

I’ll admit it. I’m a real sucker for Instagram. As soon as I start scrolling through artsy photos and funny videos, it’s hard to stop. First, I’m checking out supermodel Ashley Graham and her new baby, next I’m watching two guys build a primitive swimming pool out of mud and palm ...

Getting back to your roots

There are many delicious root veggies at our winter farmers’ market. In addition to the ubiquitous potatoes, onions, carrots and sweet potatoes, there are long white parsnips, rough-skinned celeriac (celery root), smooth and shiny kohlrabi, turnips, leeks, several types of beets and four ...

Please wash your hands!

2020欧洲杯体育投注官网In a perfect world there would be no sickness, right? We would all be washing our hands with soap and water. We’d cough and sneeze into our elbow. Each doorstep would host a chemical shower so we could hose off after being coughed in the face by a total stranger. That is what utopia looks ...

Stefanik announces NY-21 Congressional art competition

WASHINGTON — Rep. Elise Stefanik, R-Schuylerville, has announced the beginning of the 2020 Congressional Art Competition. Each spring, the House of Representatives sponsors a nationwide high school arts competition as an opportunity to recognize and encourage the artistic talent in New ...

An eye for the abstract

2020欧洲杯体育投注官网 SARANAC LAKE — When Carl Rubino was about 5 years old, growing up in Manhattan, his mother put him on the couch and played symphonic music on the family phonograph. She told him if he closed his eyes he could see the music. “I don’t remember what I saw, but I remember that even now ...

Those whacky ‘Norwegians’

2020欧洲杯体育投注官网 UPPER JAY — Uffda! Get ready for a tale of betrayal, murder and the 1991 World Series. The Recovery Lounge will host a production of C. Denby Swanson’s “The Norwegians” this week. The play follows two scorned women living in Minnesota — Olive from Texas and Betty from Kentucky ...

Adirondack Youth Choir to be formed in July, to perform in August

2020欧洲杯体育投注官网 SARANAC LAKE — Young singers in the Adirondacks will have a new opportunity to participate in choral music during the summer break. Conductor and educator Barbara Tagg returns to the Adirondacks to begin the Adirondack Youth Choir, comprised of students ages 10 to 16 who will rehearse ...

How comics get journalism wrong

Comic books and their Hollywood equivalents just do not understand journalism. Last week, I talked about one of my favorite films, “Ace in the Hole,” which follows an unethical writer played by Kirk Douglas who makes the news instead of reporting it and ultimately gets a man killed. ...

Winter warmups: Chili is a versatile, spicy stew

You may have heard that this was the warmest January in recorded history and that the temperature in Antarctica reached a record 67 degrees. It is true. Winters are not as cold as they used to be. We have not had 40 below for many years. But in the past few weeks, temps have dipped below zero ...

There is an art to toasting nuts, and here’s how to do it

I sometimes joke and say that as a Southern cook, I use pecans like other chefs use salt and pepper. That is to say, on just about everything. I love pecans and every other nut because they add a crunchy texture and an earthy sweet — nuttier — flavor to food. Most of the time, I lightly ...

Tupper Lake Brew-Ski celebrates microbreweries

2020欧洲杯体育投注官网There are so many microbreweries located around the Adirondacks and more popping up every day. Though I like to visit because the beer is delicious, I really enjoy the various breweries' connections to their neighborhoods. Each place is different. Some breweries offer a larger public house and ...

‘Painting Churches’ is compelling family portrait at BluSeed

2020欧洲杯体育投注官网 SARANAC LAKE —The Adirondack Stage Rats examine the issue of family in their latest production of “Painting Churches” at BluSeed Studios. When advancing age and illness forces Fanny and Gardner Church to leave their Beacon Hill brownstone, daughter Mags makes a last visit to help ...

Love and sorrow for Big Tupper

TUPPER LAKE — Love was in the air on Valentine’s Day at the Tupper Arts Center. More than 50 people milled around the new exhibit, studying photos of skiers for faces they recognized, sharing stories from their childhoods on the mountain and speaking sorrowfully of the love they have ...

‘Popcorn Falls’ has kernel of truth

2020欧洲杯体育投注官网 SARANAC LAKE — You have no cash, your moneymaker is gone, and your home is about to be filled with human excrement. What do you do? Put on a show, of course. Pendragon Theatre will produce the comedy “Popcorn Falls” throughout the rest of the month. “Popcorn Falls” is one of ...

Memories of skiing Big Tupper

TUPPER LAKE — For those who love skiing, photography or history, Tupper Arts has a Valentine’s Day event to satisfy. The photo exhibit “Thru the Lens of Kathleen Bigrow: Ski Big Tupper” will be on display through the spring and opens Feb. 14 at 4 p.m. It features over 100 photos ...

Kirk Douglas plays his cards wrong in ‘Ace in the Hole’

Kirk Douglas died recently at the insane age of 103. He’s played Spartacus, Vincent Van Gogh and Ulysses (Odysseus), but the role I love him most for is Chuck Tatum in the 1951 film “Ace in the Hole.” If you hate journalists or operate a fake Facebook account specifically for trolling ...

Artisan bread at the Winter Market

2020欧洲杯体育投注官网“Give us this day our daily bread” — Matthew 6:11, Luke 11:13 Bread is known as “the staff of life” because it’s a dietary staple in much of the western world. We eat it daily — and we take it for granted. It is our oldest processed food. In many European and ...